New York Times, Tuesday, June 7, 1994

Author: Ernie Furtado
Editor: Will Shortz
Ernie Furtado
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 37 Missing: {FJQXZ} This is puzzle # 22 for Mr. Furtado. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Dogpatch's creator : CAPP
5. Palindromic term of address : MAAM
9. Talked, old-style : SPAKE
14. Nose tweaker : ODOR
15. Willa Cather's "One of _____" : OURS
16. With sickly pallor : WANLY
17. Dream : MUSE
18. Till's bills : ONES
19. Rags-to-riches writer : ALGER
20. Start of an old motto : BETTERTO
22. List ender : ETALII
23. Shooter ammo : PEA
24. Part 2 of motto : LIGHTONE
26. Take- _____ (accompaniers) : ALONGS
29. _____ of one's own medicine : ADOSE
30. Part 3 of motto : CANDLE
31. Bulldog : ELI
32. Twosome : SPAN
36. Martinique, e.g. : ILE
37. Environmentally minded, for short : ECO
39. Hook shape : ESS
41. "Don't Bring Me Down" rock group : ELO
42. Miami's county : DADE
44. Blanche in "The Golden Girls" : RUE
46. Part 4 of motto : THANTO
48. Particle : SPECK
50. Conquering hero : SAVIOR
51. Part 5 of motto : CURSETHE
54. Aerialist's safeguard : NET
55. Theater people : USHERS
56. End of motto : DARKNESS
61. Sightseeing sight : RUINS
62. Golfer Isao _____ : AOKI
63. Singleton : UNIT
64. Ball : DANCE
65. A night in Paris : NUIT
66. Exterior: Prefix : ECTO
67. Blackthorn shrubs : SLOES
68. 1949 erupter : ETNA
69. Creep through the cracks : SEEP
1. Search thoroughly : COMB
2. Together, musically : ADUE
3. On hold : POSTPONED
4. Make believe : PRETEND
5. Heath : MOOR
6. Godmother, often : AUNT
7. Rings of color : AREOLAE
8. Orig. texts : MSS
9. Mower's trails : SWATHS
10. Mouth parts : PALATES
11. White, informally : ANGLO
12. Last name in fashion : KLEIN
13. Nest for 21-Down: Var. : EYRIE
21. See 13-Down : EAGLE
22. "Me" types : EGOISTS
25. Thumb-twiddling : IDLE
26. Fatty _____ : ACID
27. Refrain part : LALA
28. 1985 Danielle Steel best seller : SECRETS
33. Regretfulness : PENITENCE
34. Choir voice : ALTO
35. Koh-i- _____ (famed diamond) : NOOR
38. Pinch reaction : OUCH
40. Cut of meat : SHANK
43. Nitty-gritty : ESSENCE
45. Just managed : EKEDOUT
47. Streets : AVENUES
49. Medea's ill-fated uncle : PERSES
51. Miss Muffet edible : CURDS
52. Business as _____ : USUAL
53. Zoo heavyweight : RHINO
57. Related : AKIN
58. Comic Rudner : RITA
59. Spot : SITE
60. "Avast!" : STOP
62. Actress Sue _____ Langdon : ANE

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